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Last updated: May 02. 2014 9:47AM - 1212 Views
By - jbreger@civitasmedia.com



Gracie Robinson reads a plaque that was given to her commemorating her 21 years in child welfare. This was among several gifts she received during her retirement party last week.
Gracie Robinson reads a plaque that was given to her commemorating her 21 years in child welfare. This was among several gifts she received during her retirement party last week.
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A retirement party was held Friday to say farewell to long time Bryan County Child Welfare Agent Gracie Robinson.


Robinson has worked in child welfare in Bryan County for 21 years, holding several different positions. As she said goodbye to her working days and her coworkers, Robinson said she did not want this to be a sad event.


The party was decorated in a theme to promote laughter and show Robinson’s upfront attitude with a popular comic “Maxine.”


Although she will be retired, she does not plan to stop helping. After some time to travel with her husband, Robinson plans to volunteer with child welfare.


- Jessica Breger can be reached at (580) 924-4388 ext. 116 or on Twitter @jbreger_news


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